ILL Borrowing & Distance Learning Resource Coordinator
B.A. in Anthropology, James Madison University, 2003
M.A. History, James Madison University, 2015
PhD, History, George Mason University, expected 2026
Green, Paula F. The Great Virginia Flood of 1870. Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2020.
Green, Paula F. “Broken to Atoms: The 1870 Flood at Scottsville and Albemarle.” Scottsville Museum Newsletter, No. 31 (March 2021): 4-6.
About Discovery, Access, and Technology
We are responsible for collections, metadata, and technology. Departments include Access and Delivery, Interlibrary Loan and Course Reserves, Metadata Strategies, Collection Administration, Scholarly Communications Strategies, and Technology.
About Interlibrary Loan & Course Reserves
ILL enables JMU students, faculty, and staff to request materials that are not available in any JMU Libraries collections. We acquire those materials from other libraries and document delivery vendors. We also provide these additional services:
- Scan and Deliver: We scan articles and book chapters from the JMU Libraries print and microform collections and deliver the scanned materials electronically.
- Distance Learners: We send ILL and JMU Libraries materials to eligible distance learners.
Course Reserves allows JMU faculty members to place high-use course materials on reserve for students to check out with shortened loan periods.
- Traditional Course Reserves are offered at all JMU Libraries locations.
- Course Reading List is a tool that integrates course reserves and course readings into one easy-to-access list in Canvas.
- Digital Course Reserve (DCR) is an equivalent alternative to traditional Course Reserves that will allow digital access to print items.